Second episode of Ben Watson's Late Lunch With Out To Lunch radio hour devoted to guitarist James Wilson of Music With My Insane Friend. You hear the first and second of his "Bailey Recognisable" series in which Wilson reflects on Derek Bailey's approach to the guitar; compositions realised with Logic software ("Juschords" and "Vicious Pigeons"); big guitar ("Diminishing Marginal Returns") and stinging harmolodic guitar ("Phone Me When You're Sick"). There's also "What Do It Mean" (Boo Kou, 1974) from Bob Smith and the Boo-Kou's and OTL's graphic poem "Gush Max FloFleck" with xenochronous Wilson guitar ("Bailey Recognisable #28"). Right at the end you hear "Bailey Recognisable #16 (It's Got That Low Scalloped Feeling"). The fervid statistical density of Wilson's music makes this one of the heaviest Late Lunch broadcasts ever.